Friday, July 22, 2011

Library Stereotypes

The Wikiman published this Infographic the other day, and I found it quite amusing. Clicking the image will take you to his Flickr stream:

Maybe it will catch on and people will finally stop "Shh"-ing us. But, then all the Hollywood librarians might  start sipping gin & tonics at the reference desk.


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